Oxford Student Atlas For India

Price: 275.00 INR

ISBN:

9780199450435

Publication date:

19/12/2014

Paperback

132 pages

280.0x222.0mm

Price: 275.00 INR

ISBN:

9780199450435

Publication date:

19/12/2014

Paperback

132 pages

280.0x222.0mm

Third Edition

Oxford University Press

The digital atlas is well-researched, updated and involves the latest state-of-the-art techniques in mapping.

Third Edition

Oxford University Press

Description

The book is structured in a systematic way. The preliminary pages introduce the reader techniques of map-making, the universe, the planet Earth and the basic concepts of contours and landforms. The India section comprises physical, geo-political, historical and thematic representation of the states. The continents section has a large number of regional maps that vividly trace out the geographic characteristics of each region. The World section provides a global overview by presenting micro and middle-level geographical information. The facts and figures of each section have pictorial as well as graphical representation.

Third Edition

Oxford University Press

Third Edition

Oxford University Press

Features

1. General Section
Meets the syllabi requirement of all educational boards
Uses the latest GIS technology with 3D physical maps
Provides aesthetically laid-out quality digital maps with clarity in expression
2. India section
Special maps on physical and political details of the states along with the cities and union territories
Includes new state of Telangana with all socio-economic and demographic profi le of the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana
Covers a wide range of new and emerging issues of national concern such as Biogeographic zones, wildlife and national parks, power projects etc.
3. Continent section
Provides comprehensive coverage of the continents— up-to-date and extensive coverage of thematic issues
Uses tables and graphs based on FAO, UNDP, BGS, WTO, IEA, HDR, and several other authentic organization’s reports and web sources.
Regional maps of important countries
4. World section
Covers 31 important topical themes—includes World climate, agricultural and industrial regions, minerals and energy, trade and economic development, demography, international migration and human development, biomes, environmental concerns, natural disasters, etc.
9 maps focusing on World history
5. International quality atlas with clear and up-to-date maps
6. Involves the latest state-of-the-art techniques in mapping
7. More detailed, comprehensive, up-to-date and accurate physical and political maps with new place names
8. Contains two full size topographical sheets and wall maps of India and the World
9. Based upon Survey of India map with the permission of the Surveyor General of India
10. It has superb cartographic quality to help the reader comprehend the information easily
11. Provides in-depth knowledge of various themes
12. Maps carry latest available demographic and socio-economic statistics culled from authoritative sources
13. Contains new and informative preliminary pages including realms of the Earth, and contour and landforms besides a special section on the history of map-making
14. Gives the latest information about each country of the world including the area, population, capital and monetary units, as also the flags of all countries
15. Contains a fully updated and revised index

Third Edition

Oxford University Press

Third Edition

Oxford University Press

Description

The book is structured in a systematic way. The preliminary pages introduce the reader techniques of map-making, the universe, the planet Earth and the basic concepts of contours and landforms. The India section comprises physical, geo-political, historical and thematic representation of the states. The continents section has a large number of regional maps that vividly trace out the geographic characteristics of each region. The World section provides a global overview by presenting micro and middle-level geographical information. The facts and figures of each section have pictorial as well as graphical representation.

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